"I am NOT quitting @DancingABC. I love the show and hope to stick around. #teamcuchicuchi @keodancer #dwts #DWTS24," Charo, who is partnered with Keo Motsepe, wrote on Twitter.
Charo was responding directly to an E! News report she retweeted in which a source had claimed, "Charo was super upset this week about her scoring and she feels like she's being treated and scored very unfairly. She is seriously upset."
Charo and Keo tied for ninth place on the judges' leaderboard last week with 25 out of 40 points for their paso doble routine, which included a 6 from Bruno.
Charo memorably bickered with Bruno over his comments and stole every opportunity to yell at him through a microphone. (At one point, she even stole DWTS host Tom Bergeron's microphone). It was unclear at the time whether Charo was joking around or truly enraged.
Only two couples received worse scores than Charo and Keo during last week's show, and on top of that, the Dancing pair was also in jeopardy of elimination alongside Chris Kattan and his pro partner Witney Carson, who were ultimately sent home.
And in Week 1, Charo and Keo earned only 21 out of 40 points from the judges.
"She was telling producers that she doesn't like how they're underscoring her and she feels like she's been treated so badly so she was threatening to quit," the source had told E! News.
"The producers were ultimately able to walk her back off the ledge, but we hear the threat still stands 'unless they started scoring her performances more fairly.'"
After the fiery flamenco guitarist and Keo performed on Dancing with the Stars' March 27 episode, Charo vented her frustrations over the fact pro wrestler Mr. T. and partner Kym Johnson earned higher judges' scores than Chris and Witney.
"I was very upset that they kicked out Chris," Charo said at the time. "I was about to make a deal. I go, and he stays. But I don't think the rules allow that. He tried very hard and it's so beautiful. Also, I was very upset that they gave [better scores] to Mr. T."
Since Charo and Keo survived last week's cut, however, they will have a chance to improve their scores on Monday night's Las Vegas-inspired performance show. The couple will be taking theDancing with the Stars stage with a foxtrot set to "Chapel of Love" by The Dixie Cups.